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Summary - All articles - Cooperating for Innovation

Course: Cooperating for Innovation Study: MSc Strategic Innovation Management This summary includes all mandatory articles for the course Cooperating for Innovation. The following articles are included: 1.1. Strategic networks Gulati, Nohria & Zaheer 2000 1.2. Transaction cost and resource-based explanations of joint ventures: a comparison and synthesis Tsang 2000 1.3. Alliance portfolios: a review and research agenda Wassmer 2010 2.1. Crossing the industry-line: breakthrough innovation through cross-industry alliances with ‘non-suppliers’ Gassman, Zeschky, Wolff & Stahl 2010 2.2. Linking alliance portfolios to recombinant innovation: the combined effects of diversity and alliance experience Subramanian & Soh 2017 2.3. Benefiting from alliance portfolio diversity: the role of past internal knowledge creation strategy Wuyts & Dutta 2014 3.1. Building capabilities for alliance portfolios Heimeriks, Klijn & Reuer 2008 3.2. Managing open innovation projects with science-based and market-based partners Du, Leten & Vanhaverbeke 2014 3.3. What really is alliance management capability and how does it impact alliance outcomes and success? Schreiner, Kale & Corsten 2009 4.1. Alliance governance: balancing control and trust in dealing with risk De Man & Roijakkers 2009 4.2. Governance in multilateral R&D alliances Li, Eden, Hitt, Ireland & Garrett 2011 4.3. The scope and governance of international R&D alliances Oxley & Sampson 2004 5.1. The paradox of openness and value protection strategies: effect of extramural R&D on innovative performance Wadhwa, Bodas Freitas & Sarkar 2017 5.2. The paradox of openness: appropriability, external search and collaboration Laursen & Salter 2014 5.3. Swimming with sharks: technology ventures, defense mechanisms and corporate relationships Katila, Roserberger & Eisenhardt 2008 6.1. Vertical integration, innovation, and alliance portfolio size: implications for firm performance Lahiri & Narayanan 2013 6.2. R&D alliances and firm performance: the impact of technological diversity and alliance organization on innovation Sampson 2007 6.3. Examining alliance portfolios beyond the dyads: the relevance of redundancy and nonuniformity across and between partners Hoehn-Weiss, Karim & Lee 2017

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